A game of Storehouse - Click the picture to enlarge
- Object of the game: Play all the cards to the four foundations, which are built up in suit from Two to Ace.
- To start, take the four Twos from the stock and place them on the foundations.
- Shuffle the deck and place four cards, face up, below the "Two" foundations, as seen in the illustration. These cards are the tableau piles, and you will play them down in suit.
- Take 13 cards from the stock and place them in a column to the left. This is the reserve pile or "storehouse".
- In this game, the ranking of cards is continuous. Playing Ace over King is permitted.
- The top card of each pile can be moved either to the foundations or to another tableau pile.
- You can move a completed sequence of cards to another column, but moving a partial sequence is not permitted.
- If you free one tableau column, you have to fill the empty space with the first card available from the reserve pile. If the reserve is empty, use the waste pile. You cannot fill this empty space with any single card from the tableau.
- You are permitted two redeals from the stock (3 deals in all).
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